Thursday, March 9, 2017

Manthira Prayoham Notes – Mystic Selvam

 Notes – Manthira Prayoham

 Mystic Selvam

Manthira Prayoganm Speech 1 hrs [Mp3]


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Notes – Manthira Prayoham

·         Arul sadhanangal – things which absorb mantra sakthi
·         Whether we call a policeman by his name or by his no. it has the same effect. Similarly, chanting short mantras has the same effect as a big song.
·         Everybody has immense power within him. Just like an elephant does not know its strength and keeps obeying its mahout, we don’t realize that power.
·         That power can be brought out by yoga sadana or mantra sadana.
·         Eat sathvic food for more effect
·         Chant mantra in mind – not orally – mind is more effective
·         Preparatory phase
·         Nadi sudhdhi pranayama –
·         close right nostril with right thumb
·         let out fully through left nostril
·         breath in through left
·         let out through right
·         breath in through right
·         let out through left – that completes one cycle
·         Repeat six times first week
·         Seven times second week
·         Reach 12 times in sixth week – not more than 12
·         Don’t do on empty stomach – don’t do after eating food - drink a little milk before doing
·         Avoid non-veg (including fish)
·         Use moderate salt, moderate spice
·         Nadi sudhdhi purifies blood
·         Bio-electricity increases
·         Health and vitality increases

Food habit 
·         Always melt ghee and use
·         Dilute butter milk and use
·         Butter is good – fresh

·         Om chanting
·         Om is called pranav mantra. There are many pranav mantra, not just one
·         Hreem is called Shakti pranavam
·         Om is for mind, Hreem is for body
·         Sunday – surya - sowram
·         Monday – sivam - saivam
·         Tuesday – shakti - saktam
·         Wednesday – vishnu - vaishnavam
·         Thursday - Ganesha
·         Friday – Muruga – Kaumara
·         Saturday – sastha, saneeswaran – no good deeds on this day
·         Sidhdha – who is? – one who controls panchabootha’s
·         Na – earth
·         Ma - water
·         Si- agni
·         Va- vayu
·         Ya - akash
·         Always ya comes last in all mantras

Saiva mantras
·         Om na ma si va ya chanting achieves pancha bootha related objectives
·         Om si va ya na ma forties our sukshma body – aavi udal
·         Om si va ya si va –
·         Om si va si va – highest form – all temples display si va si va
·         12 times si va si va  = 108 potri
·         chanting Si va Si va increases bio-magnetism and takes the man into higher spiritual plane. Normal grahasta shall not chant that. Then what to do?
·         Chant Om Si va Si va Om -  It has removed obstacles, people got what they deserved to get
·         Om Si va ya va Si – very powerful – when all is lost – chant 1 lakh times – iruthalai Si mantram – fiery – body can erupt – nullifies billi sunyam eval

·         Vaishnava mantras

·         Om Namo Narayanaya – for saints
·         Om Hari Hari Om – for a grahasta
·         Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya Namah– to get what was lost – somebody is enjoying what belongs to us
Dhruva was chanting Om Namo Narayana – Naradha told him this is for moksha –
First amma then ayya – namah parvati pathaye followed hara hara mahadeva

·         Islamiya mantra
·         Muhaideen andavar mantra – “Him” chant 108 times morning and 108 times in evening
·         Sakala karya sidhdhi – ya huzur
·         Christian mantra
·         In hoc signo vinces    - “HIS”  (In this sign conquer" ) – selvam advised an amulet of a cross with these words below to be kept with them when they attempted a task. They succeeded.

Budhdha mantras
·         Budhdham saranam etc  is for moksha
·         Hum Hung – for grahasta

Jain mantra
·         Jains discovered swastika
·         Swastika turning right side gives prosperity
·         Swastika turning left destroys enemies
·         The mirror-image forms are often described as:
·         From wikipedia
·             * left-facing and right-facing;
·             * clockwise and counterclockwise;
·             * left-hand and right-hand.
·         “Left-facing” and “right-facing” are used mostly consistently referring to the upper arm of an upright swastika facing either to the viewer’s  left (卍) or right (卐). The other two descriptions are ambiguous as it is unclear whether they refer to the arms as leading or being dragged or whether their bending is viewed outward or inward. However, “clockwise” usually refers to the “right-facing” swastika. The terms are used inconsistently (sometimes even by the same writer), which is confusing and may obfuscate an important point, that the rotation of the swastika may have symbolic relevance, although little is known about this symbolic relevance. Less ambiguous terms might be “clockwise-pointing” and “counterclockwise-pointing.”
·         Mantra is not clear – at 36:00 min –
·         Morning – hold 3 banana in hand and chant 108 times morning and again in evening. Next day give it to cow (6 bananas) – do it for 40 days – all your wishes fulfilled

Devatha mantra

Ashta ganapathi dhyanam (8 sidhdhis) – Om kli ang ung – elephant will chase (in dreams) as you keep chanting it 

·         Varahi upasana – lion may chase in dreams
·         Nandeeswarar dhyanam – (nandi denotes our nose ) – ang ring sing sim siva – chant 1 lakh times –
·         Balasubramaniyar dhyanam – Om Kli Sim
·         Bala Bairavar – Kli Ang Kli Ang
·         Karna Bhairavar Mantra – om krim kagarna vidhye mama karna vivaram anugraha vidhye aadita anahata vartamanam mama karne vadha vadha swaha  - voices will be heard in the ear – it will be like police radio – lots of voices - chattering. Think of a question and keep the sanghu in right ear and listen – you will get answers
·         Agastiyar mandra vaal
·         Om hreem mohi mohi
·         Om hreem vasi vasi
·         Om hreem sthambaya sthambaya – selvam got into trouble with this
·         Om hreem aakarshaya aakarshya

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